11th Oct 2022 | Articles & Newsletters


Some things in life are sacred, unchanging. Roadworks will begin as term starts. A hosepipe ban means rain is on the way. The wrong person will win SCD. And counsel’s time estimates will prove unreliable. Thus, for fear of being done for trade descriptions, has our Travel Law Quarterly become our Travel & Aviation Law Bulletin.

In this bumper issue we look at:

  • Christopher Loxton gives an overview of some of the aviation finance decisions in the last year.
  • Asela Wijeyaratne and Claire Errington consider the first instance decision in Lambert v MIB in advance of the appeal.
  • Pierre Janusz looks at some of the jurisdictional issues raised in Simon v Taché.
  • Samuel McNeil considers an entirely hypothetical <cough> flight delay claim.
  • Katherine Deal KC shares an article on drivers’ fault in Loi Badinter claims.
  • Alexandra Sidossis considers solicitors’ liens following the last (and final?) round in the Bott & Co v Ryanair litigation.
  • Christopher Loxton looks across Hadrian’s Wall for an update on the Montrel Convention in Mather v easyJet.
  • Anna Lancy considers the recent case on cross-border insolvency, Re Astora Women’s Health LLC.
  • Katherine Deal summarises last week’s decision in flightright v American Airlines as the CJEU continues to expand the scope of the Denied Boarding Regulation.
  • And Samuel McNeil updates on the PEOPIL conference in Copenhagen last month, which he and others from chambers attended.

We hope you enjoy this attached issue.


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